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Developing Pull Systems

A “pull system” is the process by which employees take on new tasks immediately following their completion of existing ones. Throughout this course, participants gain a full understanding of pull systems — including their relationship with Kanban organization structures, their impact on workplace productivity, and common implementation strategies.

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Course Outline:

In the Kanban method of workplace organization, a “pull system” is the process by which employees take on new tasks immediately following their completion of existing ones. Pull systems can be valuable additions to a properly-functioning workplace using the Kanban methodology, but must be properly implemented to prevent worker disillusionment and loss of productivity.

Throughout this course, participants gain a full understanding of pull systems — including their relationship with Kanban organization structures, their impact on workplace productivity, and common implementation strategies — as well as a thorough explanation of how utilizing these processes can strengthen all aspects of a business’s output. This session is highly recommended for leaders, supervisors, and managers in the manufacturing sector who are eager to take advantage of modern employee organization protocol.

Discussed Topics:

  • Common issues with batch and queue processing.
  • Understanding each state of continuous improvement activities.
  • Preparing for implementation of pull systems and related Kanban practices.
  • Utilizing different pull system configurations for various workplace needs.
  • Employing Kanban signals and visual management strategies.
  • Developing ideas for pull systems into complete processes in a variety of office environments.
  • Implementing pull systems.

DURATION: Half-Day Session + Optional Activity

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: In-Person Classroom

SCHEDULE: Please contact Amy Edwards, EMC's Training Manager, at 1-866-323-4362 for upcoming course dates and times.

Training is available in English.

Contact Information

Amy Edwards
Training Manager
1-866-323-4362aedwards@emccanada.org
EMC
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